cMoe in Evansville will be hosting several summer camps for kids, all with different themes, and they sound awesome!

The Koch Family Children's Museum of Evansville, or cMoe as it is more commonly known, is a popular place to enjoy some indoor time with the kids exploring, learning, and playing in downtown Evansville. The museum features three floors of exhibits and activities that provide sensory experiences and engaging educational content focusing on literacy, science, math, visual and performing arts, culture, and health. My personal favorite exhibit at cMoe is the Quack Factory. The interactive museum if full of some awesome exhibits that are fun for everyone in the family. They also host several unique events throughout the year, including different summer camps for kids that sound so fun!

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cMoe's 2024 Summer Camp Lineup

Kids in the Evansville area have the opportunity to experience a summer full of creativity and fun with cMoe's summer camps. Each week's camp has a different theme and campers have daily exploration time in the museum too. All full-day camps are available to children entering kindergarten through 6th grade for the 2024-2025 school year.

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There will be eight different week long camps, each with its own fun theme. My personal favorites are Moe-ments in Space, Millies Players, and Mo-lympics. Your kids will have a hard time not having a blast at any one of these camps in 2024. You can take a look at this year's themes for cMoe's summer camp lineup in the post below.

You can learn more about cMoe's summer camps and sign up now by clicking here.

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